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A Level Sociology

Social Sciences

Social Sciences
Social Sciences
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Code SO3ALEV
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

Sociology is the study of human relationships and behaviour. It explains the behaviour of individuals by looking at ideas based on our membership of social groups, such as families, schools and the workplace. It is an exciting, thought-provoking subject highly relevant to contemporary life. Through doing presentations you will learn how to present ideas orally and in writing, and develop strong research and IT skills. You will also be able to apply theoretical Sociological perspectives to everyday life.

Details

The course will be mainly classroom based but will be enhanced with trips both locally and further afield. There will be an opportunity for students to participate in trips to Europe with other Social Science students.

How will it be delivered?

OCR Exam Board

100% Examination Topics Covered: H580/01 – Socialisation, culture and identity – 90 minutes exam

H580/02 – Researching and understanding social inequalities – 2 hour 15 minutes exam

H580/03 – Debates in contemporary society – 2 hour 15 minutes exam


Entry requirements

Standard entry requirements at least 5 GCSEs at grade 9-4 including English Language at grade 4.

Your next steps...

By studying Sociology you will develop lots of transferable skills, including communication, teamwork, working to deadlines, making reasoned arguments and thinking creatively. Having a good understanding of human relationships can be a bonus in a range of careers. Sociology students can be found across all sectors including the Media and Arts.


“Young people who have studied Sociology are in fact highly valued across a wide range of workplaces and professions today.” John Williams.


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